Tag Archive | research

Simulated Compression of Single Chain Polymer Nanoparticles (SCPN)

Graduate student Suwon Bae has published his work on the thermo-mechanical properties of single chain polymer nanoparticles in Soft Matter. This work is in collaboration with Or Galant of the Diesendruck group at the Technion who spent the summer as a visiting student in our lab. This first ever study on the mechanical properties of […]

CAREER AWARD

Prof Silberstein won the CAREER award from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for her proposed research project “Building a Mechanistic Understanding of Mechanochemically Adaptive Polymers.” This 5 year grant will enable the MMD lab to significantly advance the mechanics framework for mechanochemically enabled function in both rubbery and glassy materials. This work will lead to materials […]

PBS Nova -Treasures of the Earth

Our morphing metal work from last spring was highlighted in a recent PBS Nova Documentary:  “Treasured of the Earth: Metals“. Check out Professors Shepherd and Silberstein and graduate student Ilse Van Meerbeek in the future of metals segment. Available on youtube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AAboGHdIykA.

Poster Session

Undegraduate Jipeng Qi presented at the Spring 2014 Undergraduate Research Poster Session on April 24th. The poster covered his fall and summer research on polymer molecular dynamics.

Synchrotron Success!

Graduate student Naigeng Chen successfully completes (survives) a second round of Cornell synchrotron time. Check out those x-ray scattering peaks!